>> Sunday, August 12, 2012
I've tested my clkernels.com site with a number of OpenCL kernels and it works really well. I'll put up a video demonstration on YouTube as soon as Amazon ships me a pop filter for the audio. Again, I'm grateful to Nokia for providing the WebCL extension for Firefox.
The site is great for executing small-to-intermediate kernels, but there's no way to execute multiple kernels in succession. This means there's no way to synchronize global memory as an application runs. So I can't test multi-stage applications like the bitonic sort or the fast Fourier transform. But so far, all the matrix kernels I've tested work fine.